“Ten Wins, For Me, Is Baseline”April 29th, 2013
That didn’t take long.
The Bucs finished their draft about 36 hours ago and expectations are rising fast.
Buccaneers Radio Network analyst and former Bucs tight end Anthony Becht talked about the Bucs’ draft on WDAE-AM 620 today, and Becht was clear that the Bucs now have to be a 10-win team — at least.
“Ten wins, for me, is baseline,” Becht said. “Whether that gets you in the playoffs or not, we’ll see. But you how, you gotta come away from this thing with 10 wins.”
Regarding the draft specifically, the length of 6-2 cornerback Johnthan Banks, and how he uses it, was part of what had Becht giddy about Banks’ selection with the No. 43 overall pick. He said Banks is “great against the big receivers,” who are a big growing part of the current NFL.
You can hear the whole audio below. Becht also reveals interesting research on fourth-round pick Akeem Spence and his feats of strength.